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2015 College Football Season – Week 8 Scores & Standings

Posted on 25 Oct, 2015, by in College Football

The results of week 8 will make more than just standings changes, but also to the eventual rankings and the projections of who wins the divisions. Ohio State remain on top of things thanks to a dominant win over Rutgers. The same goes for Baylor, LSU and Clemson, but Utah losing to USC will do some damage in the Pac-12, and the same goes for Florida State, stunned by Georgia Tech in a huge ACC upset. More

2015 College Football Season – Week 7 BCS Standings

Posted on 22 Oct, 2015, by in College Football

If the standings determining the College Football Playoff would still be made according to the BCS, it would be Ohio State (also number one here), LSU, TCU and Utah making the final four, with Baylor, getting a lot of love from the human polls, would be left out. More

Trailer of ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ Helps NFL Ratings

Posted on 21 Oct, 2015, by in Miscellaneous, NFL

The NFL doesn’t usually need anything external to help boost its ratings, but playing the last ‘Star Wars: The Force Awakens’ trailer before the film come out during the Monday Night Football game between the New York Giants and Philadelphia Eagles was very helpful. More

2015 College Football Season – When Will the Undefeated Teams Lose?

Posted on 21 Oct, 2015, by in College Football, Featured

There are 14 undefeated teams left in college football: Baylor, Clemson, Florida State, Houston, Iowa, LSU, Memphis, Michigan State, Ohio State, Oklahoma State, TCU, Temple, Toledo and Utah. But which one will remain undefeated by the end of the season? Not everyone, that’s for sure. More

College Football Rumors – USC Trojans Dreaming About Some NFL Coaches

Posted on 20 Oct, 2015, by in College Football, NFL

It’s another tough season for USC, right now coached by interim head coach Clay Helton, and probably harboring some big, almost impossible-to-accomplish dreams regarding their next head coach. More

College Football Rumors – Ohio State Making a Quarterback Switch

Posted on 20 Oct, 2015, by in College Football

The ongoing quarterback battle at Ohio State might be making another turn, this time J.T. Barrett on the winning end of it, possibly getting the starter role he had for most of last season from the slightly disappointing Cardale Jones. More

2015 College Football Season – Week 7 Rankings

Posted on 19 Oct, 2015, by in College Football

Some new faces in the top 25 following the action of week 7, including two American conference teams (Memphis, Temple) and one from the ACC (Pittsburgh). Ohio State remain on top of things, joined by Baylor, Utah, TCU and for the first time this season, LSU. Stanford and Iowa climb an impressive five spots while Ole Miss, following their loss to Memphis, hang on after dropping by 11. More

College Football – Big Matchups Means Rankings Changing

Posted on 18 Oct, 2015, by in College Football

Week 7 of the college football season was filled with big matchups between rivals and highly ranked teams. Michigan hosting Michigan State, Florida playing at LSU and Alabama at Texas A&M. High stakes means the rankings changing as well. More

2015 College Football Season – 14 Undefeated Teams Left

Posted on 18 Oct, 2015, by in College Football, Featured

Following the action of week 7 in the 2015 college football season, there are 14 remaining undefeated teams: Three in the Big Ten (Iowa, Michigan State, Ohio State); three in the Big 12 (Baylor, Oklahoma State, TCU); three in the American conference (Houston, Memphis, Temple); two in the ACC (Florida State, Clemson); one in the SEC (LSU); one in the Pac-12 (Utah); and one in the MAC (Toledo). More

2015 College Football Season – Week 7 Scores & Standings

Posted on 18 Oct, 2015, by in College Football

The number one team in the nation finally impressed, as Ohio State dominated against Penn State. In a lineup of big ranked vs ranked games, LSU used a late trick play to beat Florida, Michigan botched a punt as time ran out to lose against Michigan State and Alabama ran all over Texas A&M. More